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Ex-'Idol' Contestant Hailed in Homecoming (AP)
Kellie Pickler, 19, of Albemarle, N.C., performs during 'American Idol' in Los Angeles in this April 25, 2006, file photo. (AP Photo/Fox Television, file)AP - Former "American Idol" hopeful Kellie Pickler returned home Saturday, riding in a 1968 Ford Mustang during a 20-minute parade and greeting thousands of fans wearing pink, purple, green and yellow Pickler T-shirts.


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Clinton's Prospects Fuel Round of Books (AP)
This is the book jacket for Thomas D. Kuiper's  'I've Always Been a Yankees Fan: Hillary Clinton in Her Own Words,'  one of many books about Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton. For someone who insists she is only thinking about her re-election campaign this year,  Clinton has attracted the attention of conservative authors offering a host of new books aiming to slow her path to the White House. (AP Photo)AP - For someone who insists she has no political ambition beyond her re-election campaign this year, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton has certainly attracted the attention of a lot of conservative authors offering new books aiming to slow her path to the White House.


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Strange Tales Found in Paris' Louvre (AP)
Visitors in the Apollo gallery of the Louvre museum after its renovation, in this  Nov. 23, 2004 file photo. Once a royal palace complete with dungeon and moat, the Louvre had a record 7.55 million visitors in 2005, more than any art museum in the world. (AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere)AP - The iron gates creak open in the morning darkness, when the streets are still quiet and birdcalls echo nearby in the Tuileries Gardens. The first of the cleaning crews flash their badges, enter the centuries old building, flick on the lights.


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Singer Black May Have to Relinquish Name (AP)
AP - Jay Black, lead singer of the 1960s group Jay and the Americans, might have to relinquish his name — and the band's — to help pay off $500,000 in back taxes.

Jackson Angry at GQ for Spoof Photos (AP)
Pop star Michael Jackson emerges from the Santa Barbara County Superior Court in Santa Maria, Calif.,  on June 3, 2005. In a statement released Friday, May 5, 2006, Jackson's representative, Raymone K. Bain, said Jackson is 'furious' about a series of photos featuring a Jackson impersonator in GQ's May issue, now on newsstands. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian, File)AP - A recent GQ article spoofing Michael Jackson has the singer demanding the magazine apologize and pull the issue from circulation.


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Actress Tori Spelling Marries in Fiji (AP)
L-R: Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott attend the a party to promote the premiere of the new VH1 scripted comedy, So Notorious staring Tori Spelling, held at the XL Lounge, Friday, March 31, 2006 in New York.  Spelling and actor Dean McDermott have married on a private tropical island in Fiji, People magazine reported Sunday May 7, 2006.  (AP Photo/Kristie Bull-Graylock.com)AP - Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott got married Sunday on a private tropical island in Fiji, People magazine reported.


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Ex-'Idol' Contestant Hailed in Homecoming (AP)
Kellie Pickler, 19, of Albemarle, N.C., performs during 'American Idol' in Los Angeles in this April 25, 2006, file photo. (AP Photo/Fox Television, file)AP - Former "American Idol" hopeful Kellie Pickler returned home Saturday, riding in a 1968 Ford Mustang during a 20-minute parade and greeting thousands of fans wearing pink, purple, green and yellow Pickler T-shirts.


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Actress Tori Spelling Marries in Fiji (AP)
L-R: Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott attend the a party to promote the premiere of the new VH1 scripted comedy, So Notorious staring Tori Spelling, held at the XL Lounge, Friday, March 31, 2006 in New York.  Spelling and actor Dean McDermott have married on a private tropical island in Fiji, People magazine reported Sunday May 7, 2006.  (AP Photo/Kristie Bull-Graylock.com)AP - Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott got married Sunday on a private tropical island in Fiji, People magazine reported.


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Disney completes purchase of Pixar (Reuters)
In this undated publicity photo released by Disney Enterprises, Inc. and Pixar Animation Studios April 21, 2006, Lightning McQueen (voiced by Owen Wilson) leads the race in the movie 'Cars'. NO SALES  NO ARCHIVES EDITORIAL USE ONLY REUTERS/Pixar Animation/HandoutReuters - Walt Disney Co on Friday completed its acquisition of Pixar Animation Studios Inc. shortly after Pixar shareholders voted to approve the transaction.


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PLAYBILL.COM'S THEATRE WEEK IN REVIEW: Three Days in May (and one in April) (Playbill)
Playbill - At this time last year, Broadway critics-their duties having been fulfilled with the filing of their Sweet Charity notices-had settled down to a long summer's nap.

Actress Tori Spelling Marries in Fiji (AP)
L-R: Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott attend the a party to promote the premiere of the new VH1 scripted comedy, So Notorious staring Tori Spelling, held at the XL Lounge, Friday, March 31, 2006 in New York.  Spelling and actor Dean McDermott have married on a private tropical island in Fiji, People magazine reported Sunday May 7, 2006.  (AP Photo/Kristie Bull-Graylock.com)AP - Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott got married Sunday on a private tropical island in Fiji, People magazine reported.


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War films take top honors at Tribeca Festival (Reuters)
Festival co-founder Jane Rosenthal arrives for the premiere of 'Poseidon,' at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York, May 6, 2006. (Chip East/Reuters)Reuters - A documentary about the Iraq war and a film about the lasting impact on soldiers' lives of a conflict more than 20 years ago won the top awards at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York on Saturday.


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Country Singer Carrie Underwood Graduates (AP)
AP - Country singer Carrie Underwood is now a college graduate.

War-Themed Works Win at Tribeca Festival (AP)
Joan Allen and Josh Stolz arrive to the premiere of  'Poseidon,' Saturday, May 6, 2006, at the closing night screening for the Tribeca Film Festival in New York. (AP Photo/Diane Bondareff)AP - War-themed works were among the top winners at this year's Tribeca Film Festival.


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Iranian films bring comedy, music to NY festival (Reuters)
Reuters - A witty Iranian film about four men who try to topple a big rock has audiences wondering about political allegory and hidden messages at a time of growing tension between Washington and the Islamic Republic of Iran.

National Gallery Celebrates Sheeler (AP)
In this image provided by the National Gallery of Art,' Classic Landscape, 1931' by American cubist Charles Sheeler is seen.  'Charles Sheeler: Across Media'  opens at the National Gallery of Art in Washington Sunday, May 7, 2006, the 41st anniversary of the artists death.     (AP Photo/National Gallery of Art)AP - When Charles Sheeler first stood before a cubist painting by Pablo Picasso, he felt that "an indelible line had been drawn between the past and the future."


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Spider-Man Creator Seeks New Superhero (AP)
Stan Lee, creator of comic-book franchises such as 'Spider-Man,' 'The Incredible Hulk' and 'X-Men,' smiles in his office, April 16, 2002 in Santa Monica, Calif. Lee, is on the hunt for a new superhero, and he said Friday, May 5, 2006, that he plans to find it on reality TV with his new show 'Who Wants to be a Superhero?'  (AP Photo/Reed Saxon, File)AP - The creator of Spider-Man and the Incredible Hulk is on the hunt for a new superhero, and he plans to find it on reality TV.


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Toy makers bet on blockbuster films for sales (Reuters)
A publicity still for the upcoming feature film 'Cars' from Pixar and Walt Disney Co. Industry watchers said this summer's films have the potential to spur strong toy sales. But they also said changes in the film industry and children's tastes mean replicating the success of a 'Star Wars' franchise is becoming more difficult. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Dan Brown's blockbuster book "The Da Vinci Code" has been at or near the top of the bestseller list for more than three years, and as the movie version gets set to open the question is whether toys and games tied to the movie and other much-hyped summer films can garner as much interest.


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Tom, Katie Together Again (E! Online)
After weeks of solo 
 promotional globetrotting, Tom Cruise trotted out another surprise at 
 the Mission: Impossible III premiere in Los Angeles Thursday: 
 fiancee Katie Holmes.E! Online - After weeks of solo promotional globetrotting, Tom Cruise trotted out another surprise at the Mission: Impossible III premiere in Los Angeles Thursday: fiancee Katie Holmes.


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Lassie back home with message of love (Reuters)
The new Lassie in a publicity photo. The British-made 'Lassie' has its U.S. premiere Saturday at the Tribeca Film Festival. (© LASSIE FILMS LIMITED/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Lassie has come home again.


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Ex-'Idol' Contestant Hailed in Homecoming (AP)
Kellie Pickler, 19, of Albemarle, N.C., performs during 'American Idol' in Los Angeles in this April 25, 2006, file photo. (AP Photo/Fox Television, file)AP - Former "American Idol" hopeful Kellie Pickler returned home Saturday, riding in a 1968 Ford Mustang during a 20-minute parade and greeting thousands of fans wearing pink, purple, green and yellow Pickler T-shirts.


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Singer Black May Have to Relinquish Name (AP)
AP - Jay Black, lead singer of the 1960s group Jay and the Americans, might have to relinquish his name — and the band's — to help pay off $500,000 in back taxes.

Activist battles for New Orleans musicians' health (Reuters)
J.P. Brooks (C) performs with fellow members of the Soul Rebels Brass Band as they celebrate the start of the 2006 Carnival season in New Orleans January 6, 2006. (Sean Gardner/Reuters)Reuters - Bethany Bultman got her first taste of New Orleans music as a child in Mississippi in the early 1960s, drawn by an ironic source to the songs and musicians she is now trying to nurture through post-hurricane devastation.


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Jackson Angry at GQ for Spoof Photos (AP)
Pop star Michael Jackson emerges from the Santa Barbara County Superior Court in Santa Maria, Calif.,  on June 3, 2005. In a statement released Friday, May 5, 2006, Jackson's representative, Raymone K. Bain, said Jackson is 'furious' about a series of photos featuring a Jackson impersonator in GQ's May issue, now on newsstands. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian, File)AP - A recent GQ article spoofing Michael Jackson has the singer demanding the magazine apologize and pull the issue from circulation.


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Harlem Choir Sex Abuse Victim Speaks Out (AP)
David Pinks, who was molested by his Boy's Choir of Harlem counselor, speaks during an interview at his lawyers office, Wednesday, April 19, 2006 in New York. After years of fear and shame, Pinks, 20, is speaking out about his ordeal. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)AP - For years, the boy at the center of the sexual abuse scandal that shook the Boys Choir of Harlem was referred to only as "Student A" or "the choirboy victim."


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Chaka Khan's Son Acquitted in Murder Trial (AP)
AP - Chaka Khan's son was acquitted of murder Friday in the shooting death of a teenager during a party at her home two years ago.

Littrell goes from Backstreet to faith-based music (Reuters)
Reuters - When the term "crossover" is used in conjunction with Christian music, it usually refers to a Christian act that has won success in the mainstream market, such as Amy Grant, Switchfoot or MercyMe. With the release of "Welcome Home" this month, Backstreet Boy Brian Littrell will make something of a reverse commute as he moves from multiplatinum pop music success to newcomer in the Christian field.

Q&A: Roger Waters revisits Pink Floyd's "Dark Side" (Reuters)
Reuters - On March 17, 1973, a band in musical transition named Pink Floyd hit the Top 200 chart with the release of its new album, "Dark Side of the Moon." It entered the chart at No. 95, the top debut that week. And then a funny thing happened: It never left.

Rap Mogul Knight Details Business Woes (AP)
Rap producer Marion 'Suge' Knight  watches the 3rd annual BET Awards in Los Angeles in this June 24, 2003 file photo. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian, FILE)AP - Rap music mogul Suge Knight testified Friday that his Death Row Records struggled after he was jailed several times and hit with a $107 million judgment in a case by a couple claiming they helped start the label.


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Bon Jovi finds a country "Home," makes chart history (Reuters)
Bon Jovi lead singer Jon Bon Jovi performs before the running of the Daytona 500 at the Daytona International Speedway, February 19, 2006. The band has reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 four times in its hit-studded career. But recently, it notched a first -- landing atop Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart. (Marc Serota/Reuters)Reuters - Bon Jovi has reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 four times in its hit-studded career. But recently, it notched a first -- not just for the band, but for music history. The hit "Who Says You Can't Go Home" made Bon Jovi the first rock band to land atop Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart -- a position it now holds for a second week.


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